andy at openmoko.com
Wed Aug 6 08:31:06 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
|> I had this problem when I put obexftp into the startup for my bluez.
Turns out it doesn't auto-background, so it was hanging there just
after the startup. Happily, I was able to ssh in, fix it, and kill the
obexftp to let it start up normal. Can you ssh in via USB still? If so
look at the last started process before your shell and see if it's hung.
| The process '/bin/ash /etc/rc5.d/S98qpe start' is constantly in the
| process list, so it looks like that's where it's hanging. If I kill this
| and restart it, it hangs again at the command-line as well until I ^C
| it. What is it about the most recent updates that could have caused this?
IIRC qpe is the thing that likes to sit there going through your SD card
contents after boot, making things slugglish. Maybe that's why it is
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